Set In The Bitter Twilight Of Apartheid In South Africa In The 1970s, The Smell Of Apples Is A Haunting Story Narrated By Eleven Year Old Marnus Erasmus, Who Records The Social Turmoil And Racial Oppression That Are Destroying His Own Land Using His Family As A Microcosm Of The Corroding Society At Large, Marnus Tells A Troubling Tale Of A Childhood Corrupted, Of Unexpected Sexual Defilements, And Of An Innocence Gone Astray.
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- 200 pages
- The Smell of Apples
- Mark Behr
- 09 January 2017 Mark Behr